Fakultas Ilmu Komputer UI

Commit 3194bf2b authored by Daya Adianto's avatar Daya Adianto
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Merge branch '9-material-theme' into 'master'

Use Material for MkDocs theme

This MR switches the theme used on the website from default to Material for MkDocs.

Closes #9.

See merge request !3
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stage: build stage: build
image: docker.io/python:3.9.7-alpine image: docker.io/python:3.9.7-alpine
before_script: before_script:
- apk add --no-cache git
- pip install pipenv==${PIPENV_VERSION} - pip install pipenv==${PIPENV_VERSION}
- unset PIPENV_VERSION - unset PIPENV_VERSION
- pipenv sync - pipenv sync
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[packages] [packages]
mkdocs = "~=1.2.3" mkdocs = "~=1.2.3"
mkdocs-material = "~=7.3.6"
mkdocs-git-revision-date-localized-plugin = "~=0.10.2"
[dev-packages] [dev-packages]
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- Python >= 3.9 - Python >= 3.9
- [`pipenv`](https://pipenv.kennethreitz.org/en/latest/) - [`pipenv`](https://pipenv.kennethreitz.org/en/latest/)
- [MkDocs](https://www.mkdocs.org/) and [Material for MkDocs](https://squidfunk.github.io/mkdocs-material/)
- Included in the [list of dependencies](./Pipfile) that will be installed by
`pipenv`
## Getting Started ## Getting Started
Assuming `pipenv` present in the shell, create a new virtual environment and Assuming `pipenv` present in the shell, create a new virtual environment and
download all of the required dependencies: install all of the required dependencies into the new virtual environment:
```shell ```shell
pipenv sync pipenv sync
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By default, the built website is written into `site` directory. By default, the built website is written into `site` directory.
## Adding New Content
Write the new content into a new text file written using Markdown format and
store them in [`docs/`](./docs/) directory. Then, update the navigation section
(i.e., `nav`) in [`mkdocs.yml`](./mkdocs.yml).
## License ## License
Copyright (c) 2021 Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Indonesia. Copyright (c) 2021 Faculty of Computer Science Universitas Indonesia.
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# Course Information (2020)
Course instructors:
- [Dr. Ade Azurat](https://rse.cs.ui.ac.id/?open=staff/ade)
> Responsible for the latter half of the course.
- [Daya Adianto, M.Kom.](https://me.adian.to)
> Responsible for the first half of the course.
Teaching assistants:
- TBD
# Midterm Exam - Ansible to Docker DevOps
Some projects in [Pusilkom UI](https://pusilkom.com) have automated provisioning
and deployment implemented using [Ansible](https://www.ansible.com). The
application and environment configuration are parameterised using Ansible
variables that written in [Jinja](https://jinja.palletsprojects.com/en/2.11.x/)
syntax and stored in YAML files. Since some of the variables might contain
sensitive information such as database password or API key, Ansible Vault is
also used to separate sensitive variables to a new file and encrypt it for
storage in the version control system (Git). The variables will only be
decrypted during provisioning and deployment process.
In recent times, there are requests to prepare a Docker-based deployment using
Docker Compose. One way to configure an application or a component running in
a container is by providing the configuration through environment variables.
To make it easier for DevOps Engineer or System Administrator to provide the
environment variables, usually they write the variables into a text-based file
called `.env` that subsequently will be read by Docker Compose.
The problem is how to keep existing Ansible-related artefact in place and make
them still usable for Docker-based deployment. Since most of the configuration
are written in YAML files, there must be a way to reuse the configuration
variables in YAML files and transform them into a `.env` file. In addition,
the values for some of the variables might also get passed through environment
variables when run in CI environment.
The following example is a program that reads YAML files, merge them into single
structure, and print the content as string that can be written into a `.env`
file:
```python
#!/usr/bin/env python
# File: create_dotenv.py
import os
import re
import sys
try:
from yaml import safe_load
from yaml.scanner import ScannerError
except ImportError:
print("Cannot find PyYAML module in the environment.", file=sys.stderr)
print("Please install it first using `pip` or other means", file=sys.stderr)
sys.exit(1)
def is_valid_yaml_files(files: list) -> bool:
'''
Checks whether the given list of file paths contain all valid YAML files.
Suppose that we have two valid YML files. If the paths to both files are
passed to the function, then the function should return True.
>>> import tempfile
>>> with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode="w", newline="\\n", suffix=".yml") as file1:
... with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode="w", newline="\\n", suffix=".yml") as file2:
... file1.writelines(["---", "a: 1", "b: 2"])
... file2.writelines(["d: 3", "e: 4"])
... is_valid_yaml_files([file1.name, file2.name])
True
Otherwise, the function should return False.
>>> import tempfile
>>> with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode="w", newline="\\n", suffix=".yml") as file1:
... with tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile(mode="w", newline="\\n", suffix=".yml") as file2:
... file1.writelines(["{a: 1", "b: 2"])
... file2.writelines(["d: 3}", "e: 4"])
... is_valid_yaml_files([file1.name, file2.name])
False
TODO: Fix doctest when run under Windows
'''
if len(files) == 0:
return False
try:
for file in files:
with open(file, 'r') as yaml_file:
safe_load(yaml_file)
except OSError as os_error:
print("Cannot open the given file", file=sys.stderr)
print(os_error, file=sys.stderr)
return False
except ScannerError as scanner_error:
print("Unable to parse the given YAML files correctly", file=sys.stderr)
print(scanner_error, file=sys.stderr)
return False
return True
def parse_decrypted_vault(main_yaml: dict, vault_yaml: dict) -> dict:
'''
Replaces every occurences of Jinja variables with the corresponding values
from a decrypted vault file.
For example, suppose main_yaml and vault_yaml are illustrated as follows:
>>> main_yaml = {'app_name': 'example', 'db_user': 'bangtoyib', 'db_pass': '{{ vault_db_pass }}'}
>>> vault_yaml = {'vault_db_pass': 'cepatpulang'}
>>> parse_decrypted_vault(main_yaml, vault_yaml)
{'app_name': 'example', 'db_user': 'bangtoyib', 'db_pass': 'cepatpulang'}
The function should return the dictionary whose keys are the same as the
original dictionary and all of the values with Jinja variables have been
replaced.
TODO: Handle YAML structure with > 1 level (nested)
'''
from copy import deepcopy
result_yaml = deepcopy(main_yaml)
for key, value in main_yaml.items():
if isinstance(value, str) and re.match(r'{{ vault_(\w)+ }}', value):
result_yaml[key] = vault_yaml[f'vault_{key}']
return result_yaml
def main() -> None:
if is_valid_yaml_files(sys.argv[1:]):
with open(sys.argv[1], 'r') as vars_file:
with open(sys.argv[2], 'r') as vault_file:
yaml = parse_decrypted_vault(
safe_load(vars_file),
safe_load(vault_file)
)
for key, value in yaml.items():
if isinstance(value, str):
contain_variable = re.match(r"{{ (?P<variable>\w+) }}", value)
if contain_variable:
# Assume environment variable is written in all uppercase
os_variable_name = contain_variable.group('variable').upper()
print(f'{key.upper()}={os.getenv(os_variable_name, "")}')
else:
print(f'{key.upper()}={value}')
else:
print(f'{key.upper()}={value}')
else:
print("One or more YAML files are invalid", file=sys.stderr)
sys.exit(1)
if __name__ == '__main__': main()
```
Actual, but redacted running example:
```bash
$ python create_dotenv.py \
../ansible/inventories/develop/group_vars/all/vars.yml \
../ansible/inventories/develop/group_vars/all/vault.yml
APP_DIR=/opt/unhan/euis
APP_USER=unhan
APP_THEME=unhan
APP_SOURCE=
APP_SUPERPASS=bangtoyib!
DATABASE_HOST=192.168.0.162
DATABASE_PORT=5432
DATABASE_NAME=euis_demo2
DATABASE_USERNAME=euis_demo2
DATABASE_PASSWORD=cepatpulang!
EMAIL_HOST=192.168.0.174
EMAIL_PORT=25
EMAIL_USERNAME=no-reply@pusilkom.com
EMAIL_PASSWORD=None
EMAIL_ENCRYPTION=None
PHP_VERSION=7.0
```
The example above reads two YAML files named `vars.yml` and `vault.yml`.
The program replaces all occurences of Jinja variables in the `vars.yml` with
values read from `vault.yml`. In addition, if there are still some Jinja
variables left in the `vars.yml`, the program reads the OS' environment
variables to obtain the values for the remaining Jinja variables. Finally,
any remaining Jinja variables will be assigned with empty values then
printed to the standard output.
## SQA Problem - Input Space Partitioning
> _Estimated time: 5 minutes_
You are asked to **design an input space model for the API by following a functionality-based approach.**
The information required to develop the model can be derived by reading the code
snippet.
Your tasks are as follows:
1. Determine the characteristics and the partition for a function chosen by the
proctor.
> Possible functions:
>
> - `is_valid_yaml_files()`
> - `main()`
> - The whole script, i.e. `create_dotenv.py`
2. Based on the input space model that you have created, create the test
requirement and the test cases based on certain coverage criteria chosen by
the proctor.
> Possible coverage criteria choices:
>
> - All Combinations Coverage (ACoC)
> - Each Choice Coverage (ECC)
> - Pair-Wise Coverage (PWC)
> - Base Choice Coverage (BCC)
>
> _Note: **You do not have to write all test cases due to the time limit.**
> However, make sure you can justify your subset of test cases match with
> the chosen coverage criteria!_
Write your answer in a sheet of paper or Microsoft Word/Google Docs document.
You may include illustrations in your answer. Please prepare to present your
answer remotely via Zoom/Google Hangouts during discussion time.
## SQA Problem - Graph Coverage
> _Estimated time: 5 minutes_
You are asked to design a **control flow graph (CFG), prepare the test
requirement, and create the test paths.**
Your tasks are as follows:
1. Create the CFG for a function chosen by the proctor.
> Possible functions:
>
> - `is_valid_yaml_files()`
> - `main()`
> - The whole script, i.e. `create_dotenv.py`
2. Based on the CFG that you have created, create the test requirement and the
test paths based on certain coverage criteria chosen by the proctor.
> Possible coverage criteria choices:
>
> - Node Coverage (NC)
> - Edge Coverage (EC)
> - Edge-Pair Coverage (EPC)
>
> _Note: **You do not have to write all test paths due to the time limit.**
> However, make sure you can justify your subset of test paths match with
> the chosen coverage criteria!_
Write your answer in a sheet of paper or Microsoft Word/Google Docs document.
You may include illustrations in your answer. Please prepare to present your
answer remotely via Zoom/Google Hangouts during discussion time.
## SQA Problem - Discussion
> _Estimated time: 10 minutes_
You are asked to present your answers to the given problems and also to have
one-on-one interview with the proctor during the discussion time.
The list of topics that might be discussed is as follows:
- Code coverage (line coverage)
- Test-Driven Development (TDD)
- Test isolation
- Writing test cases in Java (JUnit)/Python (`unittest` and Django)/PHP
(PHPUnit)
- Your experience in conducting SQA activities in academics and/or work
environment
- The ideas of mutation testing
- And many more that may still related to SQA
# Midterm Exam - Lion Game (Backend)
This project provides an API that allows Lion Game communicate with Google
Sheets-based backend for storing play session analytics. The source code is
available [here](https://gitlab.cs.ui.ac.id/bukan-macan-ternak/liongame-backend).
## SQA Problem - Input Space Partitioning
> _Estimated time: 5 minutes_
You are asked to **design an input space model for the API by following a functionality-based approach.**
The minimal information required to develop the model can be derived by
reading the API documentation available in [`README.md`](https://gitlab.cs.ui.ac.id/bukan-macan-ternak/liongame-backend/-/blob/master/README.md)
file.
Your tasks are as follows:
1. Determine the characteristics and the partition for a function chosen by the
proctor.
> Possible functions:
>
> - The request handler function for `/api/logs/` endpoint.
> - The request handler function for `/api/logs/batch` endpoint.
>
> The body of both functions can be inspected in [`App.php`](https://gitlab.cs.ui.ac.id/bukan-macan-ternak/liongame-backend/-/blob/master/src/App.php).
2. Based on the input space model that you have created, create the test
requirement and the test cases based on certain coverage criteria chosen by
the proctor.
> Possible coverage criteria choices:
>
> - All Combinations Coverage (ACoC)
> - Each Choice Coverage (ECC)
> - Pair-Wise Coverage (PWC)
> - Base Choice Coverage (BCC)
>
> _Note: **You do not have to write all test cases** due to the time limit.
> However, make sure you can justify your subset of test cases match with
> the chosen coverage criteria!_
Write your answer in a sheet of paper or Microsoft Word/Google Docs document.
You may include illustrations in your answer. Please prepare to present your
answer remotely via Zoom/Google Hangouts during discussion time.
## SQA Problem - Graph Coverage
> _Estimated time: 5 minutes_
You are asked to design a **control flow graph (CFG), prepare the test
requirement, and create the test cases.**
Your tasks are as follows:
1. Create the CFG for a function chosen by the proctor.
> Possible functions:
>
> - The request handler function for `/api/logs/` endpoint.
> - The request handler function for `/api/logs/batch` endpoint.
> - `isValidData()` function.
> - `appendValues()` function.
>
> The definition of request handler functions and `isValidData()` can be
> inspected in [`App.php`](https://gitlab.cs.ui.ac.id/bukan-macan-ternak/liongame-backend/-/blob/master/src/App.php).
> The `appendValues()` function definition is available in [`SheeetsService.php`](https://gitlab.cs.ui.ac.id/bukan-macan-ternak/liongame-backend/-/blob/master/src/service/SheetsService.php).
2. Based on the CFG that you have created, create the test requirement and the
test paths based on certain coverage criteria chosen by the proctor.
> Possible coverage criteria choices:
>